Nestled in this little wooden crate is a treasure trove of pure gold. Organic Golden Cencarth cheese that is, with its signature whiff and nutty flavour. Rind-washed in cider to deliver a unique savouriness, this is a true, traditional Welsh classic.
This semi-soft organic cheese comes ready to eat, but if you prefer things a little gooier, pop it in the oven and bake it for 20 mins at 200°C.
Caws Cenarth is a family business started by Gwynfor and Thelma Adams in 1987 in response to Milk Quotas. Here, on their farm, Glyneithinog, in the lovely and lush valley of the river Cych, they drew on a six generation tradition of cheesemaking
Directions For Use
Dietary and Allergen Info
Contains Milk (and products thereof)
Suitable for a Vegetarian Diet
Always read the label before using the product and never rely solely on the information presented on our website.
Cow's MILK, Sea Salt, Vegetarian Rennet, Cultures, Brevibacterium Culture, Washed in Organic Cider
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|Energy/Calories per 100g||1310 kJ|
|Energy/Calories per 100g||315 kcal|
|Protein per 100g||17.9 g|
|Fat per 100g||26.2 g|
|of which Saturates per 100g||17.2 g|
|Carbohydrate Per 100g||1.8 g|
|of which Sugars per 100g||0.01 g|
|Fibre per 100g||1.9 g|
|Salt per 100g||2.6 g|
|Sodium per 100g||1.05 g|
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